Seth and Kat’s 4 Things You Need To Know-June 16th


A former Seattle Mariner is breaking records. Ichiro Suzuki now holds the record for the most hits in professional baseball. The Marlins outfielder’s double in the ninth inning against the Padres at Petco Park gave him 4,257 career hits as he passed Pete Rose for the most hits in professional baseball history. But that includes the 1,278 hits he got over nine seasons in Japan before coming to America in 2001. Naturally, Rose doesn’t think they should count. And while Ichiro’s foreign stats don’t OFFICIALLY count here, he’ll definitely get into the Hall of Fame, which is more than Pete can say.

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It looks like it only took about two weeks for Taylor Swift to find a new man. Photos were released showing Swift and actor Tom Hiddleston kissing and cuddling on a rocky beach nearby her Rhode Island mansion. The images feature the new couple walking hand-in-hand and posing for selfies. Additional pictures show the actor putting his jacket around Swift’s shoulders, helping her climb down the rocks, and the singer with her arms around Hiddleston’s waist. Swift’s ex Calvin Harris may not be too happy about the news. People were quick to notice Harris has stopped following Taylor Swift on Twitter and Instragram and has deleted all photos and mentions of her including what as the “mutual respect” break-up tweet.

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Several country music stars have signed on for a benefit concert next week that will raise money for the OneOrlando Fund, which was established in the wake of this weekend’s mass shooting to help those affected by the horrific attack. Tyler Farr, Jerrod Niemann, Maddie and Tae, Michael Ray, and Canaan Smith will take to the stage for Country Strong–Orlando’s Night of Healing and Country Music, which will take place at the University of Central Florida in Orlando on June 21.

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Whoever wins this year’s presidential election might want to call up a Chicago-area eighth-grader as a speech writer. 14-year-old Jack Aiello in being flooded with Internet praise for his hilarious graduation speech, which included spot on impersonations of the 2016 presidential candidates. As for his future, he’d like to go into politics…or be a comedian.

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